2014 April 3 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for April 3rd, 2014

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02/04/2014 – London Victims of Colonel Gaddafi’s brutal regime from Northern Ireland, England and Libya met yesterday in the Foreign Office in London. Docklands bomb victim Jonathan Ganesh welcomed the Libyan delegation as “a symbol of hope in their unprecedented courage that not only liberated Libya but also freed the world of a brutal dictator”. Victims’ spokesman Willie Frazer, who  [ Read More ]

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Tripoli, 2 April 2014 – The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya, Tarek Mitri, met on Tuesday 1 April 2014 with ambassadors and representatives of diplomatic missions in Libya. The meeting discussed issues related to the coordination of international support to Libya, Libyan priorities in light of the Rome Conference recommendations and the relevant UN Security Council resolutions.   The  [ Read More ]

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(Reuters) – A rebel group in eastern Libya has agreed with the government to end its seizure of vital oil ports within days, a senior leader told Reuters on Tuesday, raising hopes for an end to an eight-month stalemate that has dried up state income and fuelled chaos. There was no immediate comment from the Tripoli government which has been trying since  [ Read More ]

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The Libyan rebels that have controlled several key ports have agreed to hold talks with the central government and will reopen ports within a few days. The easing of tensions and the possible reopening of several ports could restore oil exports. “The oil port issue will be solved within days. We agreed on all issues with the government in Tripoli,” Abb-Rabbo al-Barassi,  [ Read More ]

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TRIPOLI: Libya could finalise an agreement in two to three days with rebels to reopen key oil ports, a government spokesman said yesterday, bolstering hopes for an end to an eight-month standoff that dried up petroleum revenue. Brent crude oil prices have fallen sharply since rebel leaders said their group would reach a deal within days to end the blockade  [ Read More ]